Jones scathing of Mourinho: Man Utd were laughing stock

Postado Fevereiro 11, 2019

"United are playing so well now and Pogba, Martial and Rashford are so good that it proves that Mourinho should never have been appointed in the first place".

And Jones said: "Everyone's going to take us seriously now".

"To finish second in that league behind Manchester City, ahead of Liverpool and Tottenham, I think still deserves credit".

Pogba's brace saw move into double figures in the Premier League this season as the Red Devils defeated the Cottagers 3-0 on Saturday afternoon.

"You've got to trust the players because the league is vital for us, but it's a chance for them to say, "I should play on Tuesday".

"We've just got to concentrate on ourselves, we can't really control anything that other teams can do".

Solskjaer said he had met United owner Avram Glazer after the game, but he wouldn't be drawn on whether they would have any further meetings to discuss his future at the club.

"I just spoke to him outside here". "He came to the dressing room".

The Norwegian took charge until the end of the season when he replaced the sacked Jose Mourinho in December, with United having won nine of the first 10 games they have played under Solskjaer.

While Matic offered the physical presence as well as the aggression in the holding midfield role, it was Herrera, who recycled the ball and rotated possession numerous times throughout the course of the game.

"It's not me making a difference to the club".

"We know there's a very, very good player there with Fred so hopefully he'll adjust to the English game because there's no doubt there's talent, absolutely no doubt", he said last month. The manner in which they had scrabbled through qualification, losing limply at Valencia in the final group game, made the idea a forlorn one.

The caretaker manager was brought in to lift the Red Devils from 6th place into a Champions League spot - and he achieved this in style with a 3-0 away win against Fulham.

"It's the next (game) so it's the biggest one - the next one is always the biggest one. It's something I'm looking forward to".